St Albans City Youth: U16 Orient hit double figures against Northwood
PUBLISHED: 11:36 16 December 2014 | UPDATED: 11:36 16 December 2014
U18 East lost 4-2 in the County Cup to Panshanger. Matt Pearce and Bachir Loussahi scored the Saints' goals. MOM was Matt Bird and Stefano Munoz.
Alexandra Park scored a late goal to beat U16 South 3-2. South levelled twice through Isiah Manney and MOM was Callum Jackson.
Bestone Matabile, Lorenzo Federic and centre-half Jacob Bockenhauer were on target for U16 North in a 3-1 win over Whetstone Wanderers. MOM was Bockenhauer and Jacob Grisenthwaite.
U16 West beat Omonia White 1-0 with a goal from Billy Lawrence. Joe Galliford was MOM.
U16 Orient smashed Northwood 10-0 with seven different players on the scoresheet. The scorers were: Rory Sheed Davidson (two), Stephen Heather (two), Shaun Knighton (two), Harry Hussain, Harry Henderson, Owen Ladbrook and Matthew Pollard.
Despite goals from Luis Danton (two) and Jared Walsh, U15 South lost 4-3 to Hadley Wood and Wingate. Adam Skinner was MOM.
U15 West won a 13-goal thriller against Aston Clinton. Gianpaulo Manzi (four), Malcolm Mancawa (two) and scored in the 7-5 victory.
U14 West went down 6-3 at Kings Langley. Kai Takashashi, Matthew Nash and Joe Parkin scored for West and MOM was Noah Charsley-Smith.
Sammy Abraham, Kai Quait, Owen Gates, Numan Hussain and Kade Beeson scored for U14 East in a 5-1 win over Nascot Wood.
Three second-half goals from Hemel Athletic downed U13 North, who had Daniel Banerjee on target. MOM was Hendrik Bockenhauer.
U13 Central beat Boreham Wood 5-0 with goals from Tom O’Toole, Fletcher Hedge, Nick Ralfe, Charlie Collins and Nathan Hossen.
U13 East won 4-2 over Ashton Clinton thanks to goals from Aaron Peter (two), Carriagh Fennessy and James Knapp. Edward Young was MOM.
Adam Johnson scored a consolation goal as U13 West lost 5-1 at Watford Town.
Harry Peter scored a hat-trick for U13 Orient in a 7-0 win over Everett Rovers. Also scoring were Nick Curtis, Kai Hobbs, Conor Blight and MOM Billy Wildin.
U12 South beat Boreham Wood 5-2 thanks to a hat-trick from MOM Ollie Seeby and two from Tom Dodd.
U12 Central and Hemel Hempstead drew 2-2. Matt Bleakley scored both of Saints’ goals. MOM as Joe Cussans.
U12 East lost 4-0 to Whetstone Wanderers. Nasir Zaman was MOM.
Ross Hermon, James Fontaine, Samuel Beasley and MOM Patrick Brown scored in U12 Orient’s 4-0 win over Chorleywood Common.
U11 North progressed in the County Cup after a 3-0 win over Evergreen. Sam McKenna (two) and Jack Carmichael were on target and MOM was Josh Doyle.
U11 Central lost 5-2 to Harpenden Spartans. Max Tym and Ben Maher scored Central’s goals.
Joe Stone scored two for U11 East Yellow in a 4-2 loss at Hertford Town.
Charlie Johnson scored two, and Nicholas Berman added a third, as U10 South beat Panshanger 3-0.
Eoin Flanagan netted a brace in U10 East’s 4-2 loss to Potters Bar.
U10 West lost 3-2 to Hurst Drive. Calab Ezequiel and MOM Shay Murphy scored.
U9 East beat Ware Youth 3-1 thanks to an own goal and strikes from Joel Whitworth and Jensen Dean.
U9 Victoria won 6-1 at Harpenden Colts thanks to goals from Frank Fermor (two), Zak Davies (two), Archie Hobbs and Oscar Bell.
Will Kennedy scored U9 Central’s goal in a 5-1 loss to Paringdon. Jack Bromwich was MOM.
Sam Miles netted an equaliser for U9 West in a 1-1 draw with Elite Feet. Lenny Brandon was MOM.
St Albans City Youth – Girls
U15 North reached the last four of the League Shield after beating Harpenden Colts 7-0. The scorers were Danielle Tyler (four), Emily Schofield (two) and POM Nicola Gosling.
U15 South bowed out of the League Shield in the quarter final, losing 2-0 to Garston Ladies. Abby Durrant was POM.
U14 South reached the semi-final of the League Shield with a 3-1 win over Garston. Kira Close (two) and Ellie Holder were on target and Lauren Walker was POM.
The U12 girls lost 4-1 to Stevenage. Katie Holder scored City’s only goal and Jess Simpson was POM.
U11 North lost 3-1 to Watford Harts with Charlotte Gurney netted the Saints’ goal.
U11 South drew 4-4 with Hitchin Belles thanks to goals from Jasmine Price (two), Nicole Plumb and Grace Oldman. Mia Clark was POM.